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Dix, Manizza, and Rizzotti in Articles in the Hartford Courant, and Stores in Bloomfield Journal
Douglas Dix, professor of biology and medical technology in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions and secretary/treasurer of MOMS: The Fund for Mothers with Young Children, wrote an opinion article that suggested that people should get a license to be parents, just as adoptive and foster parents have to be licensed. The article, which can be read by clicking here, was published in the Hartford Courant on Tuesday, Jan. 10.
In advance of her participation in the Jan. 12 Key Issues Forum on “Winning Streaks,” Hartford Hawks head women’s basketball coach Jennifer Rizzotti had an article published in the Sunday, Jan. 8 “Opinion” section of the Hartford Courant. To read the article, in which she talks about her coaching and playing styles, click here.
University cross country and track coach Kathy Manizza and members of her team are helping mentor students in the University of Hartford Magnet School's “Flying Magnets” running club. This volunteer effort was highlighted in a column by sports writer Lori Riley in the Hartford Courant on Sunday, Jan. 8. Click here to read the article.
Teresa Stores, associate professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, was highlighted in a story in The Journal of Bloomfield on Friday, Dec. 16, in conjunction with a project she helped launch at the Duncaster Retirement Community. “The Freshman Project,” which connects 14 first-year University students with six first-year residents at Duncaster, will also be the subject of a story in an upcoming issue of Selling to Seniors Magazine.